We would like to try and stay in touch with as many of our ex-pupils as possible. We feel that it is important that each new generation of girls here at Bournemouth School for Girls realises that they are part of a strong tradition of achievement and success. We would also like to take advantage of the fact that many of our ex-pupils have had a variety of experiences and have been employed in a wide variety of fields and would welcome the opportunity to tap into the expertise out there to provide the best information and guidance as possible to our current students.
We have developed an online data capture form which we are hoping that you would like to complete. The information you provide would means that we can notify you about upcming events in the future. We are also interested to hear about how what you are doing and where you are. The link to this form is available here: Online alumnae data capture form
We have also provided a word document that can be downloaded and completed which gathers much of the same information should you prefer. Click here to download the document in word format and once completed you can either drop the competed form into reception or email it to the following address: email@example.com.
We would love to hear from you and find out what has happened to you since leaving BSG. Do visit our Facebook BSG alumnae page. You can post your memories of school days there or enter your details in our alumnae database accessible from here. Perhaps you could offer your experience and expertise to current pupils by giving careers talks or offering work experience.
A whole range of activities have taken place to mark 100 years of BSG. On 30th January 2018, the actual birthday of the school, we held a special assembly for the whole school. Our guests of honour were the Mayor and Mayoress of Bournemouth. There was of course a birthday cake - with a piece for every member of the school community!
Former pupils and staff from across the generations came together to celebrate the centenary of Bournemouth School for Girls on Saturday 14th July 2018. The reunion held at the school drew over 500 guests. Guest Joy Taylor, a pupil at the school in the 1930s could recall the school's first ever headmistress Miss Burras. Other guests came from as far as Australia and America. After a welcome from current headteacher Alistair Brien, guests were able to catch up with former classmates, revisit old haunts, look at the school archives and enjoy afternoon tea, served by current pupils,staff and members of the Parents School Association.
Mr Brien said, 'It's been a delight to welcome back so many Old Girls for such a special and happy occasion.'
To view the photos taken at the event please click here
This video celebrates the centenary of Bournemouth School for Girls, in 2018, through the Centenary Song (composed by two BSG pupils) and images spanning 100 years of the schools' history and centenary events.